Jurgen Klopp out, Steven Gerrard in?
Klopp ended Liverpool’s 30-year wait for league glory last season, but the German manager could be set for a return to his homeland.
His exit could see Gerrard return to Merseyside.
TOP STORY – GERRARD TO REPLACE KLOPP IN LIVERPOOL RETURN
Steven Gerrard may soon return to Anfield but as manager to replace Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp, according to The Mirror.
Liverpool reportedly expect Klopp to take up an opportunity with Germany in the near future amid doubts over long-time head coach Joachim Low.
As a result, Liverpool legend Gerrard has been sounded out as he has Rangers on a cusp of a drought-breaking league title in Scotland.
Gerrard, who made more than 700 appearances for Liverpool, took control of Rangers in 2018.
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